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I'm a senior in high school and currently applying to colleges. For some colleges, I am applying to the accelerated degree programs for Pre-Medicine. However, I don't think I have an amazing chance of getting into the programs because I didn't explore enough medical EC's and my SAT scores fall behind by about 20 points. So, now most probably I will do the traditional route in whichever university I attend. I really don't want to make the same mistake I did in high school so... What are things I can do that will almost guarantee acceptance into medical school? Unlike I mistakenly did in high school, I want to strive for medical school as soon as I start my undergrad career. I'm planning to major in BME and then go into med school. I know I have to maintain a high GPA and get an awesome MCAT score. But what else will make me undoubtedly a competitive candidate for med school? Thank you.